Fujifilm recently announced the biggest shake-up to the line of Instax cameras yet: the Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10.
Unlike any other Fujifilm Instax film cameras, this newly evolve baby is beyond typical.
This film camera can let you manipulate and apply digital filters to the photo you took and has the ability to preview and print multiple copies of it.
The Instax Square SQ10 uses a 3.7-megapixel digital sensor, and you can frame shots by using a 3-inch LCD on the back of the camera. There’s a 28.5mm-equivalent f/2.4 autofocus lens. The camera has ten different filters that can be applied to photos before printing, as well as vignette control and brightness adjustment.
Images can be saved to internal memory or a microSD card. Instax Square film is 86mm x 72mm, with the actual photo taking up 62mm x 62mm in comparison to the standard Instax photos are 46mm x 62mm.
This quality Instax camera is perfect for shutterbugs out there. It will be globally available in May and will retail for U.S. $279.95 or roughly Php 14,000.
*Content suggested by Maika de Castro